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The Most Memorable Weddings From Movies and TV

Aug 5 2014 - 4:10pm

It's wedding [1] season, so we're turning to the big and small screens, where fictional characters take marriage vows all the time. Whether the marriages lasted for minutes, months, or never even happened, we've compiled some of the best weddings from TV and movies. Take a trip down memory lane with all these ceremonies, complete with gorgeous gowns, scenic locations, and sweet kisses!

Additional reporting by Laura Marie Meyers, Shannon Vestal, and Maggie Pehanick

Bones

Booth (David Boreanaz) and Brennan (Emily Deschanel) tie the knot after nine seasons of flirtation, courting, and forensic evidence.

Legally Blonde 2: Red, White, & Blonde

We saw the power couple first fall in love in Legally Blonde, but in the sequel, Emmett (Luke Wilson [2]) and Elle (Reese Witherspoon [3]) wed in true Delta Nu style, and in her signature color, of course.

Photo courtesy of MGM [4]

The Office

Is there anything sweeter than when Jim (John Krasinski [5]) and Pam (Jenna Fischer) make it official in front of all their friends and co-workers?

Photo courtesy of NBC [6]

Melancholia

Justine (Kirsten Dunst [7]) and Michael (Alexander Skarsgard [8]) make one beautiful couple in the very dark Melancholia, but her battle with depression puts a bit of a damper on the festivities.

Photo courtesy of Magnolia Pictures [9]

Blue Valentine

After Cindy (Michelle Williams [10]) learns she's pregnant, she and her sweet boyfriend, Dean (Ryan Gosling [11]), have a no-frills wedding [12] at the Justice of the Peace office — but they still both dress up for the milestone.

Photo courtesy of The Weinstein Co. [13]

The Wedding Singer

Instead of making the big mistake of being Julia Gulia, Julia (Drew Barrymore [14]) and Robbie Hart (Adam Sandler [15]) tie the knot in a beautiful wedding [16] — to the tune of "I Know This Much is True."

Photo courtesy of New Line Cinema [17]

Gossip Girl

Though Lily (Kelly Rutherford) has been married a few times before, that doesn't stop her from choosing a white dress for her fancy wedding [18] to Bart (Robert John Burke). The UES couple wed before friends, family, and their disapproving children.

Photo courtesy of The CW [19]

Lost

Kate (Evangeline Lilly [20]) weds policeman Kevin (Nathan Fillion), whom she truly loves, but their love doesn't last because she's a fugitive on the run — and pretending to be someone else.

Photo courtesy of ABC [21]

The Baxter

Caroline (Elizabeth Banks) and Elliot (Michael Showalter) get a big surprise when one of her exes shows up and declares his love for her.

Photo courtesy of Lionsgate [22]

Desperate Housewives

After divorcing Carlos, Gaby (Eva Longoria [23]) starts dating politician Victor (John Slattery). Though she doesn't really love him, she marries him out of spite over Carlos's new dating life. It doesn't last very long — Carlos and Gaby reunite, and Victor is eventually killed in a tornado.

Photo courtesy of ABC [24]

Scrubs

Early in the series, co-workers Turk (Donald Faison) and Carla (Judy Reyes) get together, and we loved seeing them make it official in season three — even though Turk misses the fancy party due to work.

Photo courtesy of NBC [25]

Frasier

Daphne (Jane Leeves) and Niles (David Hyde Pierce) have big plans for a big wedding [26] but end up flying to Reno when they can't wait a minute longer.

Photo courtesy of NBC [27]

Tony 'n' Tina's Wedding

Tony (Joey McIntyre) and Tina (Mila Kunis [28]) are two Italian-Americans from different sides of the tracks who fall in love and get married.

Photo courtesy of Emerging Pictures [29]

90210

When Raj learns that his cancer is terminal, he asks girlfriend Ivy to grant him one wish — a traditional Indian wedding [30] ceremony, complete with elephants.

Photo courtesy of The CW [31]

Gilmore Girls

When Lorelei's best friend Sookie St. James (Melissa McCarthy) marries Jackson Belleville (Jackson Douglas), he's forced to wear the same kilt his father and grandfather wore at their respective weddings.

Photo courtesy of The CW [32]

One Tree Hill

Lucas (Chad Michael Murray) and Peyton (Hilarie Burton) and all their closest pals make for one beautiful bridal party.

Photo courtesy of The CW [33]

Smallville

It's no surprise if you know any Superman lore: Lois (Erica Durance) and Clark (Tom Welling) fall deeply in love and get married.

Photo courtesy of The CW [34]

Happy Days

On the Happy Days series finale, Joanie (Erin Moran) and Chachi (Scott Baio) get hitched, and the whole gang is there for one big celebration.

Photo copyright ABC, Inc. [35]

Dynasty

Oil tycoon Blake Carrington (John Forsythe) walks his daughter Amanda down the aisle to her prince, but a terrorist attack puts a damper on the event.

Photo copyright ABC, Inc. [36]

Made of Honor

Hannah (Michelle Monaghan) has got the fairy-tale wedding [37] all mapped out until she realizes that her best friend Tom (Patrick Dempsey [38]) is the one she wants.

Photo courtesy of Sony Pictures [39]

Ghosts of Girlfriends Past

While watching what his future could hold, Connor (Matthew McConaughey [40]) realizes he's about to lose Jenny (Jennifer Garner [41]), the true love of his life.

Photo courtesy of New Line Cinema [42]

One Tree Hill

Brooke (Sophia Bush) was once married to her work, but she finally settles down with Julian (Austin Nichols).

Photo courtesy of The CW [43]

Brothers & Sisters

The Senator Robert McCallister (Rob Lowe [44]) and Kitty (Calista Flockhart [45]) spend a long time planning a perfect wedding [46] for the political scene.

Photo courtesy of ABC [47]

John Carter

Dejah Thoris (Lynn Collins) is supposed to marry someone she doesn't love to end the conflict of her people but is rescued in the nick of time.

Image courtesy of Walt Disney Pictures [48]

ER

The couple first have beautiful baby boy Joe before Abby (Maura Tierney) overcomes her worries and marries Luka (Goran Višnjić).

Photo courtesy of NBC [49]

Six Feet Under

Brenda (Rachel Griffiths) and Nate (Peter Krause) have a roller-coaster relationship from the start, and their wedding [50] is equally emotional, since it comes the day after Brenda miscarries.

Photo courtesy of HBO [51]

Charmed

The third time is the charm when Piper (Holly Marie Combs) and Leo (Brian Krause) finally get to have their wedding [52].

Photo courtesy of The CW [53]

Mona Lisa Smile

Conservative Betty (Kirsten Dunst [54]) just wants the picture-perfect life of a 1950s housewife, but her marriage to Spencer (Jordan Bridges) doesn't give her the happy ending she hopes for.

Photo courtesy of Sony Pictures [55]

Imagine Me & You

The happy young couple Hector (Matthew Goode) and Rachel (Piper Perabo) are about to get married when an unexpected guest — the female wedding [56] florist — catches her eye.

Photos courtesy of Fox Searchlight [57]

Community

It's hard to believe that the second wedding [58] between Shirley (Yvette Nicole Brown) and Andre (Malcolm Jamal-Warner) actually happens considering the issues that arise thanks to Shirley's wacky study group. However, that kiss can't be denied — these two manage to get it done.

Photo courtesy of NBC [59]

I Love You, Man

Zooey (Rashida Jones) walks down the aisle with her best friends and co-workers Hailey (Sarah Burns) and Denise (Jaime Pressly) before meeting up with her future hubby, Peter (Paul Rudd [60]).

Photo courtesy of DreamWorks [61]

Parks and Recreation

April (Aubrey Plaza) and Andy (Chris Pratt) surprise their friends (and fans) with their impromptu wedding [62] after just one month of dating.

Photo courtesy of NBC [63]

Supernatural

Sam (Jared Padalecki) gets married with his brother Dean (Jensen Ackles) right by his side, but it's not a dream marriage — he's a victim of a love potion, given to him by his bride, Becky.

Photo courtesy of The CW [64]

Desperate Housewives

The first time around, Susan (Teri Hatcher [65]) and Mike (James Denton) have a small, inexpensive wedding [66] — but they do it up for their second round of nuptials, which takes place years later.


Photo courtesy of ABC [67]

Buffy the Vampire Slayer

After trepidations about their marriage, Xander (Nicholas Brendon) leaves ex-demon Anya (Emma Caulfield) at the altar.

Photo courtesy of The CW [68]

Sense and Sensibility

Marianne (Kate Winslet [69]) is not initially pleased with the idea of Colonel Brandon (Alan Rickman [70]), but with time the two fall in love.

Photo courtesy of BBC [71]

Brothers & Sisters

Sarah (Rachel Griffiths) and Luc (Gilles Marini) tie the knot in a traditional ceremony.

Photo courtesy of ABC [72]

Brokeback Mountain

Ennis (Heath Ledger [73]) and Alma (Michelle Williams [74]) tie the knot, even though his heart truly belongs to Jack (Jake Gyllenhaal [75]).

Photo courtesy of Focus Features [76]

The Duchess

While Georgiana Cavendish (Keira Knightly) has a beautiful wedding [77] to the cold and unfaithful William Cavendish (Ralph Fiennes [78]), she later takes on a steamy love affair with someone else.

Photo courtesy of Paramount Vantage [79]

Grey's Anatomy

When the doctors discover that Izzie (Katherine Heigl [80]) has another tumor, Meredith and Derek give their dream wedding [81] to her and Alex (Justin Chambers) instead.

Photo courtesy of ABC [82]

Gossip Girl

Eleanor (Margaret Colin) and Cyrus (Wallace Shawn) almost get broken up thanks to Blair's obnoxious meddling, but this coupling has proved to be one of the few that has lasted on the show — and never faltered.

Photo courtesy of The CW [83]

The Godfather

The film kicks off at the traditional Sicilian wedding [84] of Connie Corleone (Talia Shire) to Carlo Rizzi (Gianni Russo). Don Vito Corleone (Marlon Brando) is there to give his daughter away — and take meetings with guests who need something from him.

Photo courtesy of Paramount Pictures [85]

Californication

In a rare moment of willpower, Hank (David Duchovny [86]) stands by and respects his ex Karen's (Natascha McElhone) decision to marry Bill (Damian Young). But after the reception, Karen and Hank drive off into the sunset together with their daughter.

Photo courtesy of Showtime [87]

Hawaii Five-0

Chin Ho (Daniel Dae Kim) and Malia (Reiko Aylesworth) don't have to travel anywhere to have a picture-perfect beach wedding [88]. This is just the backyard for the folks of Hawaii Five-0.

Photo courtesy of CBS [89]

How I Met Your Mother

Ted (Josh Radnor [90]) and Stella (Sarah Chalke [91]) come very, very close to their dream wedding [92] — until Stella realizes that she's not over her ex, which leaves Ted single once again.

Photo courtesy of CBS [93]

Chuck

Chuck (Zachary Levi) and Sarah (Yvonne Strahovski) make their dreams come true after much careful planning and a little help from Morgan as officiator.

Photo courtesy of NBC [94]

Marie Antoinette

Shortly after meeting her betrothed, Marie (Kirsten Dunst [95]) and Louie (Jason Schwartzman [96]) have a lavish royal wedding [97].

Photo courtesy of Sony Pictures [98]

Mamma Mia!

Donna (Meryl Streep [99]) shows her only daughter, Sophie (Amanda Seyfried [100]), the way down her Grecian aisle, but when Sophie bails, Donna is the one who ends up a wife.

Photo courtesy of Universal [101]

Love, Wedding, Marriage

Marriage counselor Ava (Mandy Moore [102]) marries her smoking-hot boyfriend, Charlie (Kellan Lutz [103]), in a sweet, intimate gathering.

Photo courtesy of IFC Films [104]

Boys on the Side

Holly (Drew Barrymore [105]) finds love with cute police officer Abe (Matthew McConaughey [106]).

Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. [107]

Parenthood

After deciding to give their relationship another shot, Crosby (Dax Shepard) and Jasmine (Joy Bryant) waste no time getting married in a beautiful Braverman backyard wedding [108].

Photo courtesy of NBC [109]

Gossip Girl

It's a shotgun wedding [110] for Dorota (Zuzanna Szadkowski) and Vanya (Aaron Schwartz), made all the sweeter by Blair and Chuck filling in for the bridal party.

Photo courtesy of The CW [111]

Intolerable Cruelty

Divorce lawyer and former womanizer Miles (George Clooney [112]) falls for the gorgeous but gold-digging Marilyn (Catherine Zeta-Jones [113]).

Photo courtesy of Universal [114]

Ceremony

Zoe (Uma Thurman [115]) and Lee Pace [116] tie the knot, despite Sam's (Michael Angarano) best efforts.

Photo courtesy of Magnolia Pictures [117]

Romeo + Juliet

In Baz Luhrmann's retelling of the classic tale, Romeo (Leonardo DiCaprio [118]) and Juliet (Claire Danes [119]) marry in a private, romantic ceremony before their tragic double suicide.

Photo courtesy of 20th Century Fox [120]

Our Family Wedding

Once their fathers put their feud to rest, Lucia (America Ferrera [121]) and Lance (Marcus Boyd) are free to take their happy first steps as a married couple.

Photo courtesy of Fox Searchlight [122]

Grey's Anatomy

Despite intense pressures from Callie's family, Arizona (Jessica Capshaw) and Callie (Sara Ramírez) rock two beautiful dresses and tie the knot.

Photo courtesy of ABC [123]

What Happens in Vegas

During one wild night in Vegas, Jack (Ashton Kutcher [124]) and Joy (Cameron Diaz [125]) go from strangers to newlyweds.

Photo courtesy of 20th Century Fox [126]

Ugly Betty

Hilda (Ana Ortiz) marries her high school boyfriend Bobby (Adam Rodriguez) before they move in together.

Photo courtesy of ABC [127]

Saved By the Bell

After all those years of high school (and college!) puppy love, Zack (Mark-Paul Gosselaar) finally turns Kelly Kapowski into Mrs. Morris in a Vegas wedding [128] with all of their buds.

Photo courtesy of NBC [129]

Rachel Getting Married

Kym (Anne Hathaway [130]) comes home from rehab to play bridesmaid for her sister Rachel (Rosemarie DeWitt) to Sidney (Tunde Adebimpe), and like many weddings, family drama abounds.

Photo courtesy of Sony Pictures Classics [131]

Beverly Hills, 90210

Dylan (Luke Perry) falls hard for Toni (Rebecca Gayheart), the daughter of his father's murderer. Their wedding [132] bliss is quite short-lived though; she gets shot soon after by a bullet intended for Dylan.

Photo courtesy of Fox [133]

Sex and the City

Carrie (Sarah Jessica Parker [134]) makes for one beautiful New York bride at her "practice" wedding [135] with best gal pals Miranda (Cynthia Nixon), Charlotte (Kristin Davis), and Samantha (Kim Cattrall [136]) by her side.

Photo courtesy of New Line Cinema [137]

How I Met Your Mother

Even after Marshall (Jason Segel [138]) gets an awful haircut, he manages to rock a wedding [139] fedora when he walks down the aisle with Lily (Alyson Hannigan).

Photo courtesy of CBS [140]

The Office

Phyllis makes for one cute bride when she marries Bob Vance of Vance Refrigeration.

Photo courtesy of NBC [141]

The Ghost Whisperer

Even though he knows about her supernatural powers, Jim (David Conrad) doesn't let it stop him from marrying Melinda (Jennifer Love Hewitt [142]).

Photo courtesy of CBS [143]

Friends

Ross (David Schwimmer) and Emily (Helen Baxendale) make it through their beautiful British wedding [144] until Rachel (Jennifer Aniston [145]) shows up unexpectedly, and Ross says her name instead of Emily's during his vows. Whoops.

Photo courtesy of NBC [146]

Jumping the Broom

Sabrina (Paula Patton) and Jason (Laz Alonso) come from very different worlds, but their love for each other sees them through the tough times.

Photo courtesy of Sony Pictures [147]

The Young Victoria

Queen Victoria (Emily Blunt [148]) and Prince Albert (Rupert Friend) have a gorgeous wedding [149] and, unlike many of their contemporaries, a loving marriage.

Photo courtesy of GK Films [150]

Brothers & Sisters

Kevin (Matthew Rhys) and Scotty (Luke Macfarlane) have one of the first civil-union ceremonies depicted on TV.

Photo copyright ABC, Inc. [151]

Grey's Anatomy

Cristina (Sandra Oh [152]) never wants a fancy wedding [153], but she goes through the motions for Burke (Isaiah Washington [154]). When it comes time to walk down the aisle, though, she balks, and he leaves her right then and there.

Photo courtesy of ABC [155]

One Tree Hill

Haley (Bethany Joy Lenz) and Nathan (James Lafferty) run off to get married in high school but have their "real" wedding [156] some time after.

Photo courtesy of The CW [157]

Because I Said So

Daphne (Diane Keaton [158]) meddles in just about every part of the lives of her daughters Milly, Maggie, and Mae (Mandy Moore [159], Lauren Graham and Piper Perabo), but at least she can decorate one gorgeous wedding [160] cake.

Photo courtesy of Universal [161]

Forrest Gump

Best friends all their lives, Forrest (Tom Hanks [162]) and Jenny (Robin Wright) finally go from being "peas and carrots" to man and wife in a backyard wedding [163] at his house.

Photo courtesy of Paramount Pictures [164]

Sweet Home Alabama

Melanie (Reese Witherspoon [165]) almost ties the knot with Andrew (Patrick Dempsey [166]) before realizing her heart has always belonged to her longtime sweetheart Jake Perry (Josh Lucas [167]).

Photo courtesy of Walt Disney Pictures [168]

Bride Wars

Emma (Anne Hathaway [169]) and Liv (Kate Hudson [170]) have their fair share of bridezilla moments throughout the film but eventually get it all together before Liv makes moves down the aisle.

Photo courtesy of 20th Century Fox [171]

Ugly Betty

Wilhelmina's (Vanessa Williams) wedding [172] to Bradford Meade (Alan Dale) is rudely interrupted when he has a heart attack at the altar.

Photo courtesy of ABC [173]

Wedding Crashers

Claire plays bridesmaid for her sister Gloria's (Isla Fisher [174]) wedding [175] to Jeremy (Vince Vaughn [176]).

Photo courtesy of New Line Cinema [177]

Gossip Girl

Rufus (Matthew Settle) and Lily (Kelly Rutherford) don't let a little resurfaced love child get them down. They still have their laid-back grunge wedding [178], complete with Sonic Youth as their band.

Photo courtesy of The CW [179]

Full House

Uncle Jesse (John Stamos) and Becky (Lori Loughlin) hit a lot of snafus on their big day: he goes skydiving and ends up in jail, she ends up driving a bus to their party. It all works out in the end, though: who could forget Jesse's sweet dedication of "Forever" during their ceremony?

Photo courtesy of ABC, Inc. [180]

CSI: NY

While they got off to a rocky start, detectives Danny (Carmine Giovinazzo) and Lindsay (Anna Belknap) end up having an impromptu wedding [181] at the clerk's office.

Photo courtesy of CBS [182]

Lost

Jack (Matthew Fox [183]) weds Sarah (Julie Bowen) in a ceremony accentuated by a gorgeous floral arrangement, but the marriage falls apart even before Jack gets stranded on the mysterious island.

Photo courtesy of ABC [184]

Mirror, Mirror

Instead of the traditional white garb, Snow White (Lily Collins) rocks a beautiful blue gown on her big day.

Photo courtesy of Relativity Media [185]

Cheers

Woody (Woody Harrelson) and Kelly (Jackie Swanson) do their best to wait to consummate their relationship until they are official on paper.

Photo courtesy of NBC [186]

Desperate Housewives

Orson (Kyle MacLachlan) and Bree (Marcia Cross [187]) have an unconventional meet-cute: they find each other in a mental hospital. Still, they make a connection and marry in a beautiful ceremony — we know perfectionist Bree wouldn't have it any other way.

Photo courtesy of ABC, Inc. [188]

Honeymoon in Vegas

Despite all the craziness that happens in Vegas and Hawaii, Jack (Nicolas Cage [189]) and Betsy (Sarah Jessica Parker [190]) eventually tie the knot in true Elvis style.

Photo courtesy of Sony Pictures [191]

Riding in Cars With Boys

Set in 1965, Drew Barrymore [192]'s character, Bev, is only 15 years old when she gets married to her baby daddy Ray (Steve Zahn). Luckily she's got her best friend Fay (Brittany Murphy [193]) by her side.

Photo courtesy of Sony Pictures [194]

Mork & Mindy

Mork (Robin Williams [195]) may be from the far-off planet Ork, but that doesn't stop him from falling for, and eventually marrying, Mindy (Pam Dawber).

Photo copyright ABC, Inc. [196]

The Princess Bride

Prince Humperdrink (Chris Sarandon) may have been promised to take the sweet Buttercup (Robin Wright) as his bride, but of course her Westley (Cary Elwes) comes for her and saves the day.

Photo courtesy of 20th Century Fox [197]

Beverly Hills, 90210

Longtime lovers Kelly (Jennie Garth) and Brandon (Jason Priestley) nearly marry, until they realize that they are just not ready for that kind of commitment.

Photo courtesy of Fox [198]

Friends

Mike (Paul Rudd [199]) and Phoebe (Lisa Kudrow) get married despite the chilly and snow-filled weather. In true Friends tradition, Joey performs in the ceremony.

Photo courtesy of NBC [200]

Wedding Daze

Still reeling from the shocking death of his ex-girlfriend, Anderson (Jason Biggs) impulsively decides to marry Katie (Isla Fisher [201]), a rebound girl he's using to move on. Of course, hijinks ensue.

Photo courtesy of MGM [202]

Ira & Abby

Uptight Ira (Chris Messina) quickly falls for the free-spirited Abby (Jennifer Westfeldt), and the duo get married in the blink of an eye.

Photo courtesy of Magnolia Pictures [203]

You, Me, and Dupree

Molly (Kate Hudson [204]) and Carl (Matt Dillon) are so happy to start their new life together until they realize that best man Dupree (Owen Wilson [205]) has basically decided to move in.

Photo courtesy of Universal [206]

The Wood

While he goes missing before the ceremony, eventually the groom Roland (Taye Diggs [207]) and Lisa (LisaRaye McCoy) get married in front of all their loved ones.

Photo courtesy of Paramount Pictures [208]

Buffy the Vampire Slayer

Unfortunately, the closest we ever get to Buffy (Sarah Michelle Gellar [209]) and Angel (David Boreanaz) getting hitched is in a wild dream sequence.

Photo courtesy of The CW [210]

27 Dresses

Always the bridesmaid, never the bride is the mantra for Jane (Katherine Heigl [211]), until she gets to change her tune with Kevin (James Marsden).

Photo courtesy of 20th Century Fox [212]

Father of the Bride

George Banks (Steve Martin [213]) is incredibly anxious about his 22-year-old daughter's (Kimberly Williams) wedding [214] — particularly the cost. Still, he manages to hold it together for her big day, and even custom-designs her an awesome pair of fancy wedding sneakers.

Photo courtesy of Walt Disney Pictures [215]

The Princess Diaries 2: Royal Engagement

Once the ultimate ugly duckling, Princess Mia (Anne Hathaway [216]) makes one beautiful bride.

Images courtesy of Walt Disney Pictures [217]

Just Married

It's love at first sight for Tom (Ashton Kutcher [218]) and Sarah (Brittany Murphy [219]), and their wedding [220] is idyllic . . . though the honeymoon is anything but.

Photo courtesy of 20th Century Fox [221]

The Muppets Take Manhattan

After a huge Broadway number, Kermit and Miss Piggy finally tie the knot after all these years!

Photo courtesy of Sony Pictures [222]

House

Cameron (Jennifer Morrison) and Chase (Jesse Spencer) may have started off as a one-night stand, but their lust turns to love — and wedding [223] bells!

Photo courtesy of Fox [224]

Steel Magnolias

Shelby (Julia Roberts [225]) has the dream wedding [226] any Southern belle would appreciate, complete with dashing groom Jackson (Dylan McDermott) and pink-on-pink color scheme.

Photo courtesy of Sony Pictures [227]

The Wedding Planner

Even though her heart belongs to someone else, Mary (Jennifer Lopez [228]) tries to please her father and marry Italian immigrant Massimo (Justin Chambers).

Photo courtesy of Sony Pictures [229]

American Wedding

Years after their big prom night, Jim (Jason Biggs) and Michelle (Alyson Hannigan) tie the knot with all of their old friends there to celebrate.

Photo courtesy of Universal [230]

Muriel's Wedding

Since Olympic swimmer David (Daniel Lapaine) is desperate to stay in the country, Muriel (Toni Colette) has no problem taking him as her husband, even if it's just for show.

Photo courtesy of Miramax [231]

Love Actually

Juliet (Keira Knightley [232]) and Peter (Chiwetel Ejiofor) have a beautiful British wedding [233], which comes complete with a performance of "All You Need Is Love" (thanks to Peter's BFF Mark, who also has the hots for Juliet).

Photo courtesy of Universal Pictures [234]

Dexter

Blissfully unaware of her groom's big secret, Rita (Julie Benz) and Dexter (Michael C. Hall) get married in a lovely Miami wedding [235].

Photo courtesy of Showtime [236]

Bridesmaids

While the competition between Annie (Kristen Wiig) and Helen (Rose Byrne) is taken to a whole new level of crazy, Lillian (Maya Rudolph) and her team of bridesmaids manage to pull off a gorgeous wedding [237].

Photo courtesy of Universal [238]

The O.C.

After her husband goes bankrupt, Julie (Melinda Clarke) marries much-older Caleb (Alan Dale) for his money, much to his daughter Kirsten's chagrin.

Photo courtesy of Fox [239]

Betsy's Wedding

Betsy (Molly Ringwald) and her investment-banker husband want a small, intimate gathering, but her father, Eddie (Alan Alda), has very different plans for a big blowout.

Photo courtesy of Walt Disney Pictures [240]

Gossip Girl

Blair (Leighton Meester [241]) makes it to the altar with her Prince Louis (Hugo Becker), but their fairy tale is spoiled when a Gossip Girl blast reveals that she still loves Chuck.

Photo courtesy of The CW [242]

Old School

Frank and Marissa get hitched, and Bernard (Vince Vaughn [243]) saves the day when groomsman Mitch (Luke Wilson [244]) gets a little too drunk and gives an awkward wedding [245] toast.

Photo courtesy of Dreamworks [246]

Sherlock Holmes: A Game of Shadows

As you can see, Watson (Jude Law [247]) has a big night out with Holmes (Robert Downey Jr [248].) before his wedding [249] to Mary (Kelly Reilly).

Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. [250]

Pirates of the Caribbean: At World's End

Will (Orlando Bloom [251]) proposes to Elizabeth (Keira Knightley [252]), and Captain Barbossa (Geoffrey Rush) marries them in the middle of battle.

Photo courtesy of Walt Disney Pictures [253]

Breaking Dawn Part 1

At long last, Edward (Robert Pattinson [254]) and Bella (Kristen Stewart [255]) have a beautiful wedding [256] at the Cullen house.

Photo courtesy of Summit Entertainment

Your Highness

Fabious (James Franco [257]) is all set to marry his virginal bride, Belladonna (Zooey Deschanel [258]), but their ceremony is rudely interrupted by evil wizard Lazaar, who kidnaps Belladonna and takes off.

Photo courtesy of Universal [259]

The Romantics

Lila (Anna Paquin [260]) and Tom (Josh Duhamel [261]) have their Long Island nuptials all set up, but a thunderstorm crashes the party, leaving us all wondering if they went through with it.

Photo courtesy of Paramount Famous [262]

Charmed

Paige (Rose McGowan) and Henry (Ivan Sergei) suffer from a little case of cold feet, but the sisters are able to work some magic and get their sister to the altar.

Photo courtesy of The CW [263]

Sex and the City

Even though the marriage doesn't last, Charlotte (Kristin Davis) and Trey (Kyle MacLachlan) have a big, beautiful, tartan extravaganza for their wedding [264].

Photo courtesy of HBO [265]

Nine Months

Samuel's (Hugh Grant [266]) baby jitters almost cause him to lose Rebecca (Julianne Moore), but he sacks up in time for a sweet shotgun wedding [267]. He even carries his pregnant bride across the threshold!

Photo courtesy of 20th Century Fox [268]

Sex and the City

Charlotte (Kristin Davis) has a hard time accepting her feelings for Harry (Evan Handler) at first, but she eventually falls for him — and even converts to Judaism so they can have a traditional religious wedding [269].

Photo courtesy of HBO [270]

Beverly Hills, 90210

The nuptials of high school sweethearts David (Brian Austin Green [271]) and Donna (Tori Spelling [272]) mark the series finale, and it's a wedding [273] that many fans had been waiting for since the early days of the show.

Photo courtesy of Fox [274]

Glee

The glee club gets to join in the fun by performing "Marry You" when Finn's mom (Romy Rosemont) and Kurt's dad (Mike O'Malley) make it official.

Photo courtesy of Fox [275]

My Best Friend's Wedding

Jules (Julia Roberts [276]) does all she can to break up the wedding [277] of her BFF Michael (Dermot Mulroney) and his "dear, sweet chocolate-covered Kimmy" (Cameron Diaz [278]) — but in the end, Jules realizes Michael and Kimmy are made for each other, and they happily tie the knot.

Photo courtesy of Sony Pictures [279]

A Guy Thing

Ken (James Brolin) walks his daughter Karen (Selma Blair [280]) down the aisle to Paul (Jason Lee [281]).

Photos courtesy of MGM [282]

Wedding Crashers

Christina (Jennifer Alden) marries her "first mate" Craig (Geoff Stults) in a lavish ceremony complete with friends, family, and a couple of crashers.

Photo courtesy of New Line Cinema [283]

The Vow

Paige (Rachel McAdams [284]) is pretty in pink when she ties the knot with Leo (Channing Tatum [285]), even though their nuptials are broken up by the cops.

Photo courtesy of Screen Gems [286]

Star Wars Episode II: Attack of the Clones

Anakin Skywalker (Hayden Christensen [287]) and Padmé Amidala (Natalie Portman [288]) have a picturesque wedding [289] in secret. The only witnesses? C-3PO and R2-D2!

Photo courtesy of 20th Century Fox [290]

The Time Traveler's Wife

Though he's a time traveler, Clare (Rachel McAdams [291]) and Henry (Eric Bana [292]) manage to stay in the same place long enough for a romantic wedding [293].

Photo courtesy of New Line Cinema [294]

When in Rome

Maid of honor Beth (Kristen Bell [295]) tries to help the bride Joan (Alexis Dziena) as she's preparing for her big Italian wedding [296].

Photo courtesy of Walt Disney Pictures [297]

Chuck

When Chuck's job as a spy destroys his sister Ellie's (Sarah Lancaster) church wedding [298], he quickly throws together her dream — nuptials on the beach with Devon (Ryan McPartlin).

Photo courtesy of NBC [299]

Four Weddings and a Funeral

Once a committed bachelor, Charles (Hugh Grant [300]) falls for an attractive American girl, Carrie (Andie MacDowell).

Photo courtesy of Focus Features [301]

The O.C.

In the series's final moments, we flash forward into the future and see that Seth (Adam Brody [302]) and Summer (Rachel Bilson [303]) really do have their happily ever after. Aww.

Photo courtesy of Fox [304]

Friends

Best friends Monica (Courteney Cox [305]) and Chandler (Matthew Perry [306]) tie the knot in a beautiful heartfelt ceremony, with Joey acting as officiator. Their big day is only partially overshadowed when Rachel learns she's pregnant with Ross's baby!

Photo courtesy of NBC [307]

Sex and the City

Miranda (Cynthia Nixon) and Steve (David Eigenberg) make their love official on Sex and the City. Of course Miranda opts for a chic suit instead of a big frilly gown.

Photo courtesy of HBO [308]

My Big Fat Greek Wedding

Big family, big personalities, and big traditions all meet for one big wedding [309] between Toula (Nia Vardalos) and Ian (John Corbett).

Photo courtesy of IFC Films [310]

Life Unexpected

Though Cate (Shiri Appleby) still has feelings for Baze (Kristoffer Polaha), she goes through with her marriage to Ryan (Kerr Smith).

Photo courtesy of The CW [311]

Grey's Anatomy

In true Cristina style, Dr. Yang (Sandra Oh [312]) and Dr. Hunt (Kevin McKidd) have an intimate, low-key wedding [313] with their loved ones at Meredith's house.

Photo copyright 2012 ABC, Inc. [314]

Scrubs

The Janitor (Neil Flynn) marries his girlfriend Lady (Kit Pongetti) in a beachfront ceremony with all of the hospital staff there to celebrate.

Photo courtesy of ABC [315]

Atonement

Lola (Juno Temple) and Marshall (Benedict Cumberbatch) look beautiful on their wedding [316] day, but it's hard to appreciate it when you know how unsavory their relationship's start is.

Photo courtesy of Universal Pictures [317]

Coming to America

Akeem Joffer (Eddie Murphy [318]) travels all the way to NYC to find the perfect woman to marry who does not know about his family and their wealth.

Photo copyright Paramount Pictures [319]

Beetlejuice

Beetlejuice (Michael Keaton) nearly tricks Lydia (Winona Ryder [320]) into marrying him after she enlists his help to protect her ghostly friends.

Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. [321]

7th Heaven

Simon and Rose (David Gallagher and Sarah Thompson) express their doubts the morning of but make it to the altar with none other than dear old dad Reverend Camden (Stephen Collins) presiding over the ceremony.

Photo courtesy of The CW [322]

The Wedding Date

Much to her sister Kat's (Debra Messing [323]) chagrin, Amy (Amy Adams [324]) is one adorable bride.

Photo courtesy of Universal [325]

Kill Bill: Vol. 2

The titular Bill (David Carradine) crashes The Bride's (Uma Thurman [326]) wedding [327] to another man at a Texas chapel. Though he wishes her well, he doesn't really mean it, attempting to kill her during the ceremony.

Photo courtesy of Miramax [328]

The Parent Trap

After being reunited at Summer camp, twins Hallie and Annie (Lindsay Lohan [329]) bring back together their birth parents, Elizabeth (Natasha Richardson) and Nick (Dennis Quaid).

Photo courtesy of Walt Disney Pictures [330]

The Wedding Planner

Steve (Matthew McConaughey [331]) and Fran (Bridgette Wilson-Sampras) don't realize until their wedding [332] day that things just aren't right.

Photo courtesy of Sony Pictures [333]

Monster-in-Law

Future mother- and daughter-in-law Viola (Jane Fonda) and Charlotte (Jennifer Lopez [334]) continue to battle it out — even on Charlotte's big day!

Photo courtesy of New Line Cinema [335]

Norbit

Rasputia (Eddie Murphy [336]) and Norbit (Eddie Murphy) enjoy some bubbly while Mr. Wong makes an incredibly embarrassing wedding [337] speech.

Photo courtesy of Paramount Pictures [338]

Smallville

Lana (Kristin Kreuk) and Lex (Michael Rosenbaum) get hitched in a big church wedding [339].

Photo courtesy of The CW [340]

Charmed

The wedding [341] of Phoebe (Alyssa Milano [342]) and Coop (Victor Webster) is performed by an Angel of Destiny at the Magic School.

Photo courtesy of The CW [343]

7th Heaven

Lucy (Beverley Mitchell) marries police officer Kevin Kinkirk (George Stults) with her father, Reverend Camden (Stephen Collins), performing the ceremony.

Photo courtesy of The CW [344]

Ugly Betty

When Daniel (Eric Mabius) learns that his love, Molly (Sarah Lafleur), is dying, they use Betty's YETI fashion photo shoot for their nuptials.

Photo courtesy of ABC [345]

Eight Is Enough

The Eight Is Enough TV movie gives us the double wedding [346] of Susan (Susan Richardson) and David (Grant Goodeve), who marry their respective loves.

Photo copyright ABC, Inc. [347]

New York, I Love You

After a close encounter with a jewel broker, Rifka (Natalie Portman [348]) has a traditional Orthodox wedding [349] in New York, I Love You.

Photo courtesy of Vivendi Entertainment [350]

Lost

Before their marriage gets rocky, Sun (Yunjin Kim) and Jin (Daniel Dae Kim) are blissfully in love: she, the well-to-do daughter of a rich man, and he, the fisherman's son.

Photo courtesy of ABC [351]

Pride and Prejudice

The Bennets have much to celebrate with a double wedding [352] of their daughters Jane (Susannah Harker) and Elizabeth (Jennifer Ehle) to Mr. Bingley (Crispin Bonham-Carter) and Mr. Darcy (Colin Firth [353]).

Photo courtesy of BBC [354]

Baywatch: Hawaiian Wedding

While Mitch (David Hasselhoff) goes back to Hawaii with every intention to get hitched to fiancée Allison, things take a different twist. His old friend C.J. (Pamela Anderson) is by his side to support him either way.

Photo courtesy of Fox [355]

Great Balls of Fire

In this biopic about Jerry Lee Lewis (Dennis Quaid), the '50s singer weds his underage bride Myra (Winona Ryder [356]) . . . .who was also his cousin.

The Secret Life of the American Teenager

Adrian (Francia Raisa) and Ben (Ken Baumann) have a small wedding [357] after she learns she's pregnant, but the marriage later falls apart.

Photo courtesy of ABC, Inc. [358]

Camille

Good-lucking couple James Franco [359] and Sienna Miller [360] wed, but it's a marriage of convenience for Franco's criminal character Silas [361].

Photo courtesy of Fox Searchlight [362]

Robin Hood: Men in Tights

In this parody of the classic tale, Maid Marian (Amy Yasbeck) and Robin Hood (Cary Elwes) marry so they can head off to more intimate activities.

Photo courtesy of 20th Century Fox [363]

Boardwalk Empire

At the end of season two, Nucky (Steve Buscemi) and Margaret (Kelly Macdonald) make it to the altar.

Photo courtesy of HBO [364]

The Heartbreak Kid

Eddie (Ben Stiller [365]) marries Lila (Malin Akerman), but after she shows her true colors on their honeymoon, he falls for someone else.

Photo courtesy of Paramount Pictures [366]

Ringer

Bridget (Sarah Michelle Gellar [367]) and Andrew (Ioan Gruffudd) plan a romantic vow renewal ceremony, but it all goes to waste.

Photo courtesy of The CW [368]

The Big Bang Theory

When Howard (Simon Helberg) and Bernadette (Melissa Rauch) throw together a quickie wedding [369] they decide they want to be married before his NASA launch.

Photo courtesy of CBS [370]

Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows Part 1

Though war is on the horizon of the wizarding world, Bill Weasley (Domhnall Gleeson) and Fleur Delacour (Clemence Poesy) still have a lavish ceremony with their family, friends, and a bit of magic.

Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. [371]

Mike and Molly

Mike (Billy Gardell) and Molly (Melissa McCarthy) tie the knot just a couple of years after meeting at Overeaters Anonymous.

Photo courtesy of The CW [372]

The Sound of Music

Maria (Julie Andrews) and Captain Von Trapp (Christopher Plummer) have a big wedding [373] in Austria's Salzburg Cathedral with many of the nuns from Maria's abbey in attendance for her big day.

Photo courtesy of 20th Century Fox [374]

In Her Shoes

Rose (Toni Collette)'s wedding [375] is more than a declaration of love for her new husband; it's also a bonding moment with her sister Maggie (Cameron Diaz [376]) and her grandmother Shirley MacLaine.

Photo courtesy of 20th Century Fox [377]

American Gangster

In a celebration not necessarily indicative of the violent tone of the rest of the movie, Frank (Denzel Washington [378]) and Eva (Lymari Nadal) tie the knot in a ceremony surrounded by their family.

Photo courtesy of Universal Pictures [379]

The Patriot

Before war strikes, Gabriel (Heath Ledger [380]) weds Lisa (Anne Howard) with friends and family by their side. We don't want to spoil the movie, but it's a shame they don't get to live happily ever after.

Photo courtesy of Columbia Pictures [381]

Goodfellas

Before it all comes crashing down in a veil of dead bodies and cocaine, Karen (Lorraine Bracco) and Henry (Ray Liotta) are actually a really great couple.

Photo courtesy of Warner Bros. Pictures [382]

Nip/Tuck

In a last-ditch effort to be a good person, Christian (Julian McMahon) marries Liz (Roma Maffia), with his son Wilbur (Josiah Henry) as the ring bearer. It doesn't really work out.

Photo courtesy of FX [383]

The Deer Hunter

Before he's drafted for the Vietnam War, Nick (Christopher Walken [384]) marries Linda (Meryl Streep [385]) in their small Pennsylvania mining town.

Photo courtesy of Universal Pictures [386]

When Harry Met Sally

Harry (Billy Crystal) and Sally (Meg Ryan [387]) find themselves face to face when their friends Marie (Carrie Fisher) and Jess (Bruno Kirby) tie the knot.

Emma

Everybody cheers as Emma (Gwyneth Paltrow [388]) and Mr. Knightley (Jeremy Northam) share their wedding [389] kiss.

Source: Miramax [390]

Celeste & Jesse Forever

Celeste (Rashida Jones) and Jesse (Andy Samberg [391]) make an adorable pair on their wedding [392] day.

Step Brothers

Brennan (Will Ferrell [393]) and Dale (John C. Reilly) aren't too thrilled when their parents (Mary Steenburgen and Richard Jenkins) get married.

Game of Thrones

Although he's sworn himself to another, Robb (Richard Madden) weds Talisa (Oona Chaplin) in a secret nighttime ceremony.

The Accidental Husband

It may have started as a confusing prank, but Emma (Uma Thurman [394]) finds herself swept away by her "accidental husband," Patrick (Jeffrey Dean Morgan).

Bel Ami

Georges (Robert Pattinson [395]) leans in to kiss Suzanne (Holliday Grainger) in front of their friends and family.

Source: Magnolia Pictures [396]

Bachelorette

Despite more than a little behind-the-scenes drama, Becky (Rebel Wilson) glows beside Dale (Hayes MacArthur) when it's time to say "I do."

Source: The Weinstein Company [397]

Will & Grace

Grace (Debra Messing [398]) makes for a blushing bride when she weds Leo (Harry Connick Jr.).

Revenge of the Bridesmaids

Rachel (Chryssie Whitehead) and Tony (Lyle Brocato) look like a couple from a wedding [399] magazine on their big day.

Source: ABC Family [400]

Up All Night

Chris (Will Arnett [401]) rocks a traditional kilt when he marries Reagan (Christina Applegate [402]).

The Back-Up Plan

It's a complicated road for Zoe (Jennifer Lopez [403]) and Stan (Alex O'Loughlin), but he stays by her side and they hit up her grandma's wedding [404].

How I Met Your Mother

Wearing her beautiful wedding [405] gown, Robin (Cobie Smulders) takes a moment to herself before marrying Barney (Neil Patrick Harris [406]).

Girls

Things move quickly between Jessa (Jemima Kirke) and Thomas-John (Chris O'Dowd), who surprise their friends with a quirky Brooklyn ceremony.

The Master

Dodd (Philip Seymour Hoffman [407]), Elizabeth (Ambyr Childers), and Clark (Rami Malek) are all smiles after the pair says "I do."

Source: The Weinstein Company [408]

Cougar Town

It's a beautiful, beachy wedding [409] for Jules (Courteney Cox [410]) and her handsome beau, Grayson (Josh Hopkins).

Nicholas Nickleby

After a series of complicated mishaps, Madeline (Anne Hathaway [411]) and Nicholas (Charlie Hunnam) have a gorgeous garden wedding [412].

Source: United Artists [413]

CSI: Miami

Caine (David Caruso) and Marisol (Alana De La Garza) have a small, low-key ceremony beside a pretty public fountain.

The New Normal

David (Justin Bartha [414]) and Bryan (Andrew Rannells) tie the knot after getting their new little bundle of joy.

Rush

Suzy (Olivia Wilde [415]) makes an honest man out of race car driver James (Chris Hemsworth).

The Big Wedding

Alejandro (Ben Barnes) and Missy (Amanda Seyfried [416]) manage to make their wedding [417] romantic despite their family drama.

Mad Men

Don Draper (Jon Hamm [418]) has a chance meeting with a stranger in a bar that results in his being named best men at a Hawaii wedding [419].

1600 Penn

After learning they aren't legally married (oops), the First Lady (Jenna Elfman) and President (Bill Pullman) tie the knot again.

Game of Thrones

Tyrion (Peter Dinklage) and Sansa (Sophie Turner) may be a match made in political heaven, but neither of them is pleased about the union.

The Office

In the series finale, Dwight (Rainn Wilson) and Angela (Angela Kinsey) make it official, with even Michael (Steve Carell [420]) there as best man.

Glee

The nuptials of Will (Matthew Morrison [421]) and Emma (Jayma Mays) are a long time coming, and she decides that the best way to deal with her anxiety over a big wedding [422] is to have a low-key event surrounded by the glee club kids.

New Girl

Cece [423] (Hannah Simone) and Shivrang (Satya Bhabha) make it to the altar — but they don't get around to exchanging vows, thanks to Cece's lingering feelings for Schmidt. At least their Indian wedding [424] looks beautiful!

The Great Gatsby

Don't you wish you had gotten to see the wedding [425] scene between Daisy (Carey Mulligan [426]) and Tom (Joel Edgerton). At least we have this amazing still.

Once Upon a Time

Cora (Rose McGowan) — even though she's in love with Rumpelstiltskin — marries the king's son instead. I kind of understand, given that that's the kind of dress you get for a royal wedding [427].

Parks and Recreation

In a ceremony that's no-nonsense and so very Ron Swanson, Ron (Nick Offerman) and Diane (Lucy Lawless) tie the knot minutes after he proposes.

Revenge

Emily (Emily VanCamp) and Daniel (Josh Bowman) exchange vows in a beautifully doomed ceremony.

Evening

Lila (Mamie Gummer) ties the knot with her bridesmaids (including Claire Danes [428]) by her side.

The Carrie Diaries

A somewhat odd couple, Harlan (Scott Cohen) and Larissa (Freema Agyeman) actually make a perfect pair.

That's My Boy

Jamie (Leighton Meester [429]) makes her way down the aisle to marry Todd (Andy Samberg [430]).

Grey's Anatomy

April (Sarah Drew) and Jackson (Jesse Williams) elope in the clothes meant for her wedding [431] to another man. Oh well.

Trophy Wife

Pete (Bradley Whitford) and Kate (Malin Akerman) finally have the wedding [432] they never got — on a plane, as a surprise to Kate.

Game of Thrones

Margaery (Natalie Dormer) and Joffrey (Jack Gleeson) wed in what's infamously come to be known as the Purple Wedding [433].

The Hangover

Tracy (Sasha Barrese) waits patiently for her groom to return from Las Vegas.

Reign

Mary (Adelaide Kane) almost marries Bash before she's free to marry Francis (Toby Regbo).

How I Met Your Mother

Ted (Josh Radnor [434]) and Tracy (Cristin Milioti) finally get to have their storybook wedding [435].


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